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September 29th 2020 0

Cabin Lockout

When COVID19 hit Norway people were given strict cabin lockout. The government-imposed quarantine meant not only enforcing staying home orders, closing schools, and promoting social distancing in other ways. More severely, Norwegians were prohibited by la…

September 24th 2020

Smartphones within Psychological Science

Smartphones within Psychological Science provides a comprehensive insight into where psychology has benefited, struggled and failed when it comes to understanding or using mobile technologies as part of the research process.    Technological inn…

September 24th 2020

A New Beginning for Human Rights?

The Dark Side of Human Rights! The End/The Endtimes of Human Rights! Not Enough! These are the alarming titles of some recent books on human rights. And indeed, for those who believe in human rights, the world looks grim. The rise of authoritarian, populi…

September 23rd 2020

Remote Teaching Webinar Series

We live in extraordinary times. Nothing like this has ever disrupted how our society functions so completely before. We are isolated, stressed and distracted and living in fear of catching a disease that could kill us. I am grateful that we have the tools…

September 17th 2020

Finite Element Method: Teaching and Learning with Professor Mohamed Gadala

Inspired by over 40 years’ industrial/academic experience in the field, Finite Elements for Engineers with ANSYS Applications by Mohamed Gadala is out now. This textbook targets users of the finite element method for design and analysis in both unde…

September 17th 2020

The Changing Role of the Hospital in European Health Systems

The delivery of healthcare tends to be neglected in much of the policy discussion despite its crucial role in determining many important health outcomes. Our new book, The Changing Role of the Hospital in European Health Systems, published by Cambridge Un…

September 17th 2020

How Kabbalah went viral

The impetus behind the shaping of this book was my desire to experience the process of writing narrative history. And indeed, the story of modern Kabbalah is both compelling and instructive for grasping historical processes. From its first appearance in t…

September 16th 2020

Imperial Emotions: The Politics of Empathy across the British Empire

As clashes over race have become pressing in many countries around the globe, the challenge of understanding the legacies of slavery, colonisation, and exploitation has only sharpened. In 2017 Australian First Nations people issued the ‘Uluru Statem…

September 16th 2020

Education amidst Covid-19

Covid-19 is challenging education provision around the globe. Here's how public opinion has affected the capacity of education systems to cope with the pandemic

September 14th 2020

The Past Can’t Heal Us. The Double Edge Sword of the Human Rights Memorialization Agenda

The world is, and has always been, very short on justice. The recent Black Lives Matter movement is just another example in a long line of collective appeals to repair historical injustices. In my book “The Past Can’t Heal Us: The Dangers of M…

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September 29th 2020 0

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on mental health in Barcelona, a worldwide epicentre

The RCPsych Article of the Month for September is from BJPsych Open and is entitled ‘A psychiatrist's perspective from a COVID-19 epicentre: a personal account’ Isabella Pacchiarotti, Gerard Anmella, Giovanna Fico, Norma Verdolini and Eduard …

September 28th 2020 0

Making Mitigation Meaningful to Descendant Communities

“Since the establishment of Grand Canyon National Park in 1919, some stories have been silenced and absented; the many Native American voices that express the sacredness and cultural importance of this place from time immemorial prior to the arrival…

September 26th 2020 0

The Decentralization of Death?

When 43 students disappeared in the Mexican city Iguala in September 2014 during an attack of a joint group made up of local mafia and municipal police forces, a public outcry plunged the government of President Enrique Peña Nieto into crisis and d…

September 25th 2020 0

Watch: Underwater Robots based on the Loch Ness Monster

Current underwater vehicles are either difficult to manoeuvre making them unsuitable for sensitive work, or are extremely expensive. Gabe Weymouth and his team at the University of Southampton are designing new underwater robots based on the Plesiosaur &n…

September 25th 2020 0

Meet the Editors: Q&A with Emily Pascoe and Maureen Williams, Social Media Editors for Parasitology

Welcome to our “Meet the Editors” series, where we interview the editorial team about their work and their relationship to the journal.…

September 25th 2020 0

What I Saw in the Beirut Blast

I was sitting in a Beirut café reading Kundera when a blast rocked the city a few weeks ago, on August 4.…

September 25th 2020 0

When the United States learned from Russian expertise

In the current global health emergency many countries are turning in on themselves. Such a response in difficult times has not always been the case, and expertise to help has sometimes flowed in unexpected directions.…

September 25th 2020 0

Why the Qur’an is Less Important to the Jordanian Muslim Brotherhood than You Might Think (and Why That Matters)

In June 2014, the Jordanian Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated Islamic Action Front Party organised a press conference to present its new and detailed economic plan in Amman.…

September 24th 2020 0

Searching 10 Million stars to see if anyone is home

Are we alone in the Universe? This fundamental question has propelled the curiosity of writers and scientists alike for hundreds of years. Although we continue to explore our solar system with spaceships and robots, other beings are unlikely to be close e…

September 24th 2020 0

Robot Athletes and Entertainers

The creation of robot athletes is a novel benchmark problem for techniques in artificial intelligence, machine learning, computer vision, and intelligent robotics. The goal is to develop intelligent robot systems that can participate in sports events foll…

September 23rd 2020 0

New journal homepage designs on Cambridge Core

Over the past year the Cambridge Core team has been working on the evolution of the platform’s journals content landing pages.…

September 23rd 2020 0

Watch: Simulations of Mixing Fluids

From rotating impellers stirring air into a liquid, to a turbulent jet entering a moving flow, mixing processes are essential to almost every industrial application you can think of.…

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